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6 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1920.
I 1 Overland Touring
I I! New York to San Francisco
I I SCHEDULE
I j New York, N. Y., leave 12 midnight, Eastern Time, July 18
! j i 103 Philadelphia, Pa., arrived 5 a. m., Eastern Time, July 19
210 Harrisburg, Pa., arrived 10 a. m., Eastern Time, July 19
i 260 Chambersburg, Pa., arrived 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time, July 19
I 413 Pittsburg, Pa., arrived 8 p. m.. Eastern Time, July 19
r 516 Canton, Ohio, arrived 1 a. M., Eastern Time, July 20.
I i 580 Mansfield, Ohio, arrived 3 a. m., Central Time, July 20.
! 675 Lima, Ohio, arrived 8 a. m., Central Time, July 20.
i 741 Fort Wayne, Ind., arrived 11 a. m., Central Time, July 20.
i f ' 824 South Bend, Ind., arrived 3 p. ir., Central Time, July 20.
1 : 922 Joliet, 111., arrived 8 p. m., Central Time, July 20.
j 958 Geneva, 111., arrived 9 p. m., Central Time, July 20.
I Watch the Progress of the
I jl Overland Car in the Window of
I Wronged Girl Found
Not Mentally Normal
Two girls, whose walking trip to
Salt Lake about two weeks ago termi
nated In a two days' stay In that city,
and Incidentally the meeting of two
unknown men, appeared for trial at
the, Juvonlle court this week. One of
the girls was given a suspended sen
tence to the Industrial school, while
the other was placed upon probation.
Prior to their trial, the girls wero
examined by Dr. Hyde, from the state
mental hospital, to determine whether
oi not they were normal. One wan
I found to be apparently normal, while
tho other, though 16 years old, iui
sold to have a lower degree of men
tality than a 12-ycar-old child.
WASHINGTON, July 21. Ogdens
burtr. N V 14,609; decrease 1324. or
8 . 3 per cent
Mank.ato, Minn.. 12,16? Increase 2,
104 or 20 3 per cent.
Middlesex countv, Massachusetts, In
cluding Cambridge and Lowell. 778.
352, Increase 108,437. or 16.2 per
Gloucester. Mas.i 22.947, decrease
1451, or 6 . 9 per cent.
Amesburj, Mass., 10,036, Increase
' 1 42, or 0.1 per cent
Poison Campaign on
Rodents Is Effective
That the work of the biological
survey is effective In exterminating
rodents near Clear Creek, Idaho, Is
the Information received at iho local
forest service John Avery and Stan
loy Ellsworth were In charge of the
work and tWlOS covered the range in
the vicinity, poisoning the ground
squirrels Thousands of dead SQuir
rels, covering all the poisoned range,
bore eldencc that the poison cam
paign had been surcesful
Stops That SgueakiS&resTfieWheek
Do you realise that the elusive V m 7 I .
squeak you haven t been able to lo A mil
cate probably comes from a loose ) 'W
spoke? Look your wheels over w4yW
carefully. Slight cracks in the paint
, at any of the joints indicate that
shrinkage has loosened the spokes ffH pllllillB 1 vl ?
and they should be Spoktitened. WslF
fflfr It is our policy (g) QPOKTITF
to deliver the ut' DS5L ilfiM
j ""Ti-'; most m service. SERVICE STrTIOR
I 1 T 1 , 1 Spoktite. TigUlerts Loose WhrcJ and Keeps
fiWV in keeping witn Them nght-MAvc them mxcp mcrc
U l fa that this is an Authorized Spoktite Sep
I pPOKTIllft vie Station. We use only genuine Spoktite
j SSSJSSil on our jobs and you get our guarantee and
I ilgj that of the manufacturer that the work will
jl . l.jsss.l stand. Stop that squeak and save the wheel.
I rS?rS Chessman Dutpmobile Cn
jl 6elve5, CRRS j ACCESSORIES - SHOP -GHRRGE
I o PRICES 19TS55ggBggg5i VS?sf
Small eize ... SI 00 W WASM I NGTON NE.M7
L Largo size $2.00 """
SPOKTITE is made only by Woodtite Laboratories, Modesto, Calif..
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f DRIVE OVERLAND
CAR MEN j
'Cross-nation Economy Test!
Machine Will Be Piloted
by Browning Officers
j Frank nrnwnlnpr and Jack Wallace '
of the Browning tuto ')Mi'nn leave (j
i toda for Rock Springs, wyn, where
) I they will mc(t tho Overland car which II
Is making the Now York to Ban Fran- I
'Cisco economy race. These iwo w-ll.e
i pilot the car from nock Sprllnga 'i
$ Ogden At this point Mr ESdmondal
ind Mr Hampshire of the Browning
Auto eompanj will take charge and j
i drive the racord challenger to Elko. 1 1
j a,.. j
! The r.-ice of the ivorland ncr.w the'-
i tuition is being watched with keen In- t
tereit b3 thnusanrls of motorist. The
Idea In utlnK dealers from th r spec- :
Mtlvo territories along the way to iiriw-:!
I the machine I to show w hat m.iy be I
j accomplished by tin- amateur in every I '
' day driving1 as contrasted to th ex-
A pert handling i the professional race I
J M IB SCHEIE'S ;
NEW COLUMBIA j
1 1 Harry Fox Sings and Two 0r
S chestras Play New Dances
for Columbia Records
S In their latest song for Columbia .
2 Records Van and Schpnck state that
S "All tho Boys Love Mary."' and go '
M on to explain why. The reason is :
A Close ly conm-ctod with M ary' - dafld; - I
well-stocked cellar. Harry Fox maltes
9 the same words mean many things In
J the merry refrain of "Way Down Bar- i
S celona Way," the lauh-provoklnc
X roupllng to thl song
9 The name i tin- Art Hickman or- j
2 chest r.a'M lates' fox-trot played for
M'olumbla Records Is Take it Ea," I
9 hut It's not rn record that anyone
Tk who has heard It has ever taken It I
easy until the lnu note was placr).
jt "1" 1 1 .smic orchestra plnvs ns the roup-
9 ling the southern une-step. "Come i
A Back to Georgia."
Prince's orchestra plays a medley
9 waltz for Columbia Record (his '
S mcnth "Lassie," Introducing Echo."
V from the play. ' Lassie." This Is I
S coupled with another medley waltz.
9 "Alabama Moon, ' Introducing ' My
a Paradise," played by the same or-
J c hest ra
1 Stores and Banks of
Ugden Hose Saturday
Ogden merchants will close their
establishments all day Saturday for
the observance of Pioneer Day This
decision was reached at a meeting of
business men Tho closing order In
cludes groceries, butcher shops, dry
goods and stores generally. Butchers
and grocers "111 keep their places open
until 7 o'clock Friday evening so that
provisions may be secured to last over
the double holiday.
Tho gden Clearing House associa
tion today sent out notices that banks
here will be closed all day Saturday.
Forest Service Man
on Waterppwer Board
That O. C. Merrill, of Pan Fmnclsco,
chief engineer of the forest service,
has been named as executive secre
tary of the new federal power commis
sion Is the information that has been
received at the local offices of the
forest service. It Is understood that
Mr Merrill has already entered into
his new duties
' Fired Nevada Forest;
Prisoner Pays Fine
The second case of forest fires with
in the intcrmountain district has oc
curred, and has been followed by con
v'ctlon of the man who started the
tire Francisco Llscraldo was arrest-j
ed by Forest Ranger L. E. Toonmn
after having set fire to the forest at I
Berry creek on the Humboldt pre-j
serve He was fined $20
I For Subscription and Advertising
I Department, Coll Phone No. S6
Ogdcn Examiner, date of April 2,
1921.;. wanted at the office of Stand
ard-Examlner Liberal price.
Ice Pure artificial Ico wholesale or
retail, delivered or at plant. After us
inc It you w-ll use no other. Leave
future orders with us. We assure
prompt and courteous service. Phone
373. Asael Farr & Sons company,
Grant aenuc and Twenty-first street.
Phor c 502 for messenger.
Headquarters for berry cases, cups,
fruit boxes and baskets. Grout s Grain
8tore, 332 Twenty-fourth street. 3681
Ogden Typewriter House ror type
writers and repairs, 2122 Hudson Ave.
Desk Room to let. Kelh & Hcrrlck
Called Home Miss Anderson
of I his city who was enjoying a vaca
tion in L03 Angeles has returned home.
Miss Andcrtson was called to Ogden
by the death of her brother
Will remain open till 8 o'clock Fri
day evening, July 23rd. and close at
IS o'clock noon. Saturday, July 24th.
W. M PIGOOTT,
368 Twenty-fifth Ft
A Half Price SaieH I
j Dainty Silk Underwear I
Silk prices have dropped so mueh that you may now have handsome $
I silk underwear at prices about like those paid for good cottons. Tomor- I
j row we offer a half price sale of some of the handsomest garments that
j have been seen this year. Hae a look at them on the Second Floor.
Silk Bloomers Silk and Satin Silk Camisoles I I
Women's dark Jersey silk bloom- FilOfirttPrS Women's silk crepe dc chine and I
p ers; the colors are emerald, taupe, CIO v,;i.-;li satin camisoles, trimmed with a
l made of splendid Quality Jersey om Women.a ,erae, Bk crepe de chlne very dainty lace and lady fair rib- k Jl
I usual values- sneclnl -25 and wash satin bloomers, plain and bon; all slsea; bod.ee top and built f l.
w a. Tr . fancv styles, all slze& Our usual n Moulders. Our usual r ML;:
i Jersey Silk Vests $6.50 values $3.25 V0 "'"m - - 1
. c ha -.ai11ca eAo $4 00 values, epeclal $2 00 I
9 'omen s Jersey yests. num.. of . " $5 00 values, special $2.50 e 1
: heavy qualliy Jersey bodice and 510 50 values $5.25 j I
I buiit up shoulders, plain and cm f
KV1". M Envelope Chemise Wc Silk Gowns f,
I $6 00 yalues 3 00 W omen s silk gowns made of bcrt B
I 8 00 -Ijues M00 0llr cn,iro stock of envelope die quality crepe de chine and wash !
5 mlsc and step ins made of Jersey, satin, trimmed with dainty laces jj
I Qillr PfkffiVnufc silk, crepe de chine and wash satin. and ribbon?, with and without I L
oIIK I clllCUdlb trimmed in hand made filet and sleeves Out entire stock at one-
5 Silk petticoat, mad'- of beatillful fine vols, lace bodice top and built half price
j quality crepe de bine and yvash up shoulders, dainty lady fair rib $8 50 values $4-25 J
I satin, trimmed with beautiful lace bon, all Blses. ?f r.u values $4.75 c
r and ribbon. &7.60 values $3 75 110.50 values $5.25 h
H $8 50 values $4.25 $0.50 values $4.70 $12 00 values $6.00 f R$
I $.10 50 values $5.25 $8 50 values $4.25 $15 00 values $7 50 RP ' ' '
I $12.50 values $6.25 $12.00 vulues $6.00 $16.50 values $8.25 I j
I $15.00 values $7.50 $10.30 alues $5.25 $18 00 values $9 00
I $18.50 values $9-25 $15.00 values $7.50 $22 50 values $1125
Many of Them $10.00 Values j I
j n Second Floor tomorrow and all this I I
PP 0m9m fBL wcek- $1 s,lk blouses for $3.95. There jj
yj$ 1 c f& air a" MZes colors, evepe dc chines and I
fi ' s))s?-z s4 k georgettes; lace trimmed, embroidered a I
8 iSs$' ' ;J ' ' wonderful assortment of the handsomest
ri' is" zLlf blouses of the year, and now offered at the jj jl
i : XT' price of ordinarily good cotton waists. Early 1 1
' f shopping will be best.
j Shoe Sales Downstairs i
r We are still at the job of preparing for the new shoe section. As nearly t
as possible all shoes now in stock are to be closed out We hope to open ! J
j the new department with entirely new stocks. k
Women's Pumps Women's White Shoes Boys' Oxfords i "1
Boy's brown oxfords in Rood calf 1 K
1 Ladles' pumps and oxfords in white Ladles' whit.' canvas choes. first skjn wth heavy leather soles All I fl
I canvas high and low heels. In all grade, with medium heels, in fill slzrs. 10 to 5. $6 value . . $4.39 1
! ciar:,3,.7' Va,uecto?,55 Bes,2to7 $s oo value .$4.89 Women's Oxfords 1
One table ? lies' oxfords, brown, I II
Big Girls' Pumps Men's Oxfords SSiffto" 1XE:m
i Misses white canvas Mary Jane Men's oxfords in white and Palm OHHJ jmH KnHJ i t
tK"2o "'"."our S' f-"-" On, ,fdle1 oxtoS . , pa.en I 9
A nlpr p(0Ck in sizes 8' to 1. $3.50 soles, all sizes. 6 to IOMj. $5 00 and brown and black kid. Best I j
B aip. .$2,39 value $3.30 quality sllpp?rs from first floor All Z .H .
0 sizes. 2'a to 8 $5 95 j
1 Men's Shoes Infant's Slippers More Odds and Ends f
5 . , k,u-! onri BCen'a and ladles' 6andals and plav A i
a Mt-n's slKi'e hi liL.ei;, biown aim . . . . ., K I
9 ;.hLrr- BnellBfa last ends of our One table Infant s white canvaH ox- oxfords, brown and white canvas J
! ummer stock All sizes. 5 to U fords and Mary Jane slippers Our shoes in sizes 3 to 11 Values to I
Values to $13 57-95 best t5ualll' worth $2.50 . $1.45 ?! 00 at $1.98 g I,
Mrs. Ucorglnla Marriott, who was
', recently connected with tho Podp
Drive in 1 tab and In the surrounding
states and who Is one. of the memi"
of the Wonu.n s liopublican club of,
igden. received an In-ltaiion to at-;
tend the ceremonies In connection with
the notification to Warren O. Hardlnf
of his nomination for tho office of
president of the United Statos The
ceremonies will take plan- at Marion.
Ohio on Thursday July 22.
RETURNS FROM ELL.C 1WSTOM :
Mrs W, In Bell has returned home
tfter s pleasant trip through Yoliow
itonc park Mrs. 1'ell motored through
the park as the fuest of her eon and
daughter, Mr and Mrs. Edwin L
Bell of Lewiston. l.'lah. The party
was gone two weeks
FROM TWIN 1 I
Mr. O. F. Gregory of Twin Falls,
formerly of Ogden was In the city j
today Mr? Gregory met hei hub:nd
here and together the couple will go
to Ka't Lake, where, they, will make
ABRAH IB WNCOLN OIROLE
Members of the Abraham Lincoln
Circle Ladies of th G A R will hold
their r Kul.i: meeting Thursday. July
22 m the I 0 o P. hall. The meeting
opens at 3 o'clock and ail members
areu rged to be preaeni There will be
business of importance.
I.ITHF.RN CHURCH PIGMIC I
The annual church and Sunday
school picnic of the Klim Lutheran
church will be held Thursday after
noon and evening at the Lorin Farr
park. Picnic luncheon will be served
at 7 o'clock Games and races hac
been planned for both the adult
and the children AH members and
interested folks are Invited to come.
COUPLE M KRIEP
Miss Mae Watkln beeams the bride
of Cecil Dorney yesterday at noon,
when tho wedding ceremony was
quietly performed at the home of th
bride's parents, on Twenty -seventh
street by Bishop George Browning.
The bride was attractively costumed
in blue organdy. wearing a bat to
match. Only the members of the im
mediate family were present. The I
two are spending their honey moon in
'Editor Standard-Examiner: '
If consistent would like this pub-
fllshcd. We feel wo aro really entitled 1
to thi.i arwv
Vf tblui edit" 111
fliould make study of tbr effect oJ Hsfl
this increas-.- and no' urn o.'t h.u.'l. mSl ,s'-t
articles as appeared last night. Charles V-:'jIl3
Lou i k fOt out u booklet which was
presented to the senate and was not
dlnputed. Mr. Whiter pot tho infui
matlon beforo tho Ugden public that
this Increase in pay would cause an
IS per cent increase In freight rates
while actual statistics show that tho tBIIIIB
pay of the employes could bo doubled KLefl
and only necessitate an Increase of 8 Kjr'WHH
per cent in freight rates to cover it.
i pi ctfullv yours,
A. W. 1IAIGHT, Pres.
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Deaths and Funerals
McBRIDE Funeral services for
CJiarles L McBrlde, Jr. will bo held
Friday at 2 o'clock at tho LlndQUlst
funoral chapel, Instead of Thursday
at th family residence. Bishop W. ft
O. Ridges will conduct the Bervlci
Interment will bo In the Mountain
BL.XSDEL Funeral services for Wi i
George Parkor Blasdel will bo held
Thursday at 11 o'clock In tho Klrken if'
dall funeral chapel. Rev. John E . M
w ird Carver will officiate. Memberi HLsfl f
, of the Brotherhood of Locomotive En- If
glneers w 111 be present at the ser- I
1 vices Interment will be in tho Moun- I I
tain Vlcw: cumotcry. I t